On results day my grades weren't sent to UCAS, I assumed this was a mistake at first, but after over a week the exam centre is now telling me for the first time that I have to tell them that I would like my results cashed in and on top of that I would have to pay £20 each for some of the papers after already paying around £120 for each of them in the first place.
This seems really backwards to me, wouldn't I obviously need them cashed in for the results to be worth anything, and is it normal to have to pay an extra charge to cash them in?
I already know what grades I got, but I need the statement of my final result to do anything university-wise. Can anybody enlighten me on this please?
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